So, would you rather book a flight on the world's largest commercial aircraft -the double-decked Airbus A380- or on a sleek Gulfstream G650, which seats only 18? Read More »
Conversion therapy declared a fraudulent practice by California state Assembly
Billie Jean King's lifelong fight for equality began when she was 12 years old, when the junior tennis player was practicing at the Los Angeles Tennis Club.
Exhibit on Gilbert Baker and the rainbow flag opens at San Francisco International Airport.
For the only time this year, doors to the purple house on Castro's Collingwood Street will be open to the public as the Lavender Youth Recreation and Information Center celebrates 30 years.
A Peruvian drag queen who works for the city's health department is among those competing to be crowned the first Drag Majesty titleholder for Carnaval San Francisco 2018.
Gay former San Jose school board trustee John Lindner was sentenced to 60 days in county jail last week for embezzling nearly $30,000 school campaign funds and misleading investigators.
Lambda Legal files lawsuit against former contractor for California ADAP enrollment program.
San Francisco and Cork, Ireland will take a joint stand for LGBT rights next week by seeking to be the first cities in their countries to join a global network of municipalities committed to protecting the rights of their LGBT citizens.
We encourage interested community members to attend a meeting this weekend to reinvigorate the long-running Castro Street Fair.
Drag performer Black Benatar will host a "black magic salon" at Brava's Theater Center Cabaret, 2481 24th St., on Thurs., April 19, at 7:30 p.m.
The Roxie Theater concludes its April calendar (4/20-30) with a lovely goulash of seldom-seen, minor art-house classics.
Two ghosts loom over Martin Duberman's new memoir, "The Rest of It: Hustlers, Cocaine, Depression, and Then Some 1976-1988" (Duke University Press), neither of them named in the lengthy subtitle.
All of a sudden we got really booked up! We don't remember when our datebook full of arts events went on overdrive, but it's been a while since we've caught up, Dear Reader, and in the interim Out There has been more out than in.
Other Minds Festival 23 recently finished a week of events dedicated to new and old sound poetry at ODC Theater, San Francisco. Subtitled "The Wages of Syntax," the series covered a range of vocal expression, from language as music to performance art.
The Boys in the Band: Flashpoints of Cinema, History, and Queer Politics, edited by Matt Bell (Wayne State University Press), is a hodgepodge of professorial contributions discussing aspects of the film/play.
It is rare that a man in 21st-century modern gay pornography is able to balance Armani male model looks, physicality and unbridled sexuality, with a brain and degree to match.
Widely considered to be the worst film in legendary movie star Joan Crawford's filmography, Trog returns to the stage as Trog Live at Oasis in what promises to be both a campy spoof and a reverential homage to the cult classic.
One of the ramifications of badly worded legislation is that often there are unintended collateral damage consequences.
There's always a lot going on in the San Francisco Bay Area for leather and other kinksters.
Parties galore fill our calendar, with many Spring events budding up on 4/20. Hmmm.
Winners, nominess, and fans of the 2018 Besties LGBTQ Best of the Bay Readers Choice Awards celebrated the Bay Area Reporter's eighth annual winners issue...